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Eye On America (Medicine: Ulcers) #349050

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 18, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Eye on Your Health segment on medical treatment introduced.

(Studio: Bob Arnot) The treatment of stomach ulcers featured; traditional use of the acid-blocking prescription drug Zantac detailed. [Ulcer patients Rita BUHLEN, George GRZAN - describe their symptoms.] Discovery by University of Virginia researchers that common antibiotics can be used to treat ulcers noted. [University of Virginia Dr. Barry MARSHALL - comments.] [GRZAN, BUHLEN, Mt. Sinai Medical Center Dr. David SACHER - comment on the use of antibiotics.] [Harvard School of Public Health Dr. Thomas CHALMERS - explain how doctors learn.] The treatment of common indigestion discussed.

Arnot, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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